Byf: My name is Byf. [Editor’s note: That’s pronounced “bife,” like “strife.”]Call me “Biff” and you shall suffer the wrath of my solar flares. I’ve been called many things, such as a "beautiful creature" and “too sexy for my voice.” You can thank MoreConsole and Fantastic Jackie respectively for those insightful comments.In the Destiny community, my business changes every week. One week, I’ll be doing my own news show. The next week, I might be contributing to any number of podcasts or working on a new series with my co-hosts spidermancy612 and Canable423.
Byf: Does an adventurer ever stay in a single place? I have many places that I can be lucky enough to call home and those places are filled with many a friendly face. My main outlets of content on the internet are on YouTube and Twitter.YouTube is especially important to me, my channel has been a part of my life for almost four years and as a result I’m very attached to it. I used to almost exclusively do Halo content and had some success within the forging community. When Destiny was announced, I just couldn’t resist the lure of the mysterious new universe that was on offer. I had to launch my player ship and chase the dream with the rest of this amazing community.
Byf: Well I don’t know about jam sessions. I have no musical talent whatsoever. I do, however, have many friends, for which I am exceedingly fortunate. Amongst them of are the fine folk over at Destiny Dispatch, for whom I am Chief Videographer. I was one of the people responsible for the creation of a certain community thank you video that we put together.The true place where I jam is undoubtedly Guardian Radio. Every week, I stay up and podcast with the guys and gals there. The audience we have is phenomenal. It makes me look forward to every show. The cast we have is incredible. If it wasn’t enough to have three industry veterans and an employee of NASA as colleagues, surely the incredible Beard of Watts would be.
Byf: Honestly I think it’s a three-fold success story in the making. Firstly, we’re all attracted by the mystery that Destiny offers. There’s something so intangibly beautiful about being the first to tread on a certain frontier. Secondly, the game for many is sort of a dream - an open world FPS, RPG with competitive multiplayer, deep lore and an amazing living world. Finally, and most importantly, the community. It’s awesome!
Byf: I’ll be creating a whole bunch of content for Youtube. Whilst the podcast and my weekly Dispatch work will be mostly unchanged, I look forward to making tutorials and guides to the competitive and cooperative elements of Destiny. I’m also a huge nut for the lore, so you can expect to see me working on some neat stuff to explain the deep mystery behind the game. It’s something I’ve done before, so I feel confident about speculation.
I’ll also be playing the game with my own posse of friends that I have come to call Fire Team Valiant, but I’ll talk more about that later on my channel.
Byf: Warlock… I can snap my fingers and set you on fire… can a Titan do that?
Byf: Why not have both? Variety is the spice of life.
Byf: If Venus is filled with universities, and those universities are anything like my current university, then there will be beer, beautiful women, and more loot than I can fit in my two hands at once.
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